英文解释： noun: a state of deep-seated ill-will
例句： Charles rude remark toward Sarah yesterday was due to his illness, not due to any real enmity toward Sarah.
英文解释： noun: an act of extreme wickedness
例句： The enormity of Pol Pot's regime is hard to capture in words--within months hundreds of thousands of Cambodians lost their lives.
英文解释： verb: hold spellbound
例句： She was so enthralled by the movie that she never heard people screaming, "Fire! Fire!" in the neighboring theater.
英文解释： verb: get someone to do something through (often false or exaggerated) promises
例句： Harold enticed his wife, Maude, to go on a vacation to Hawaii, with promises of luaus on the beach and all-you-can-eat seafood buffets.
英文解释： adjective: fixed firmly or securely
例句： By the time we reach 60-years old, most of our habits are so entrenched that it is difficult for us to change.
英文解释： "verb: determine the number or amount of
verb: specify individually, one by one"
例句： "The survey enumerates the number of happy workers and the number of unhappy workers.
I sat and listened as she enumerated all of the things she did not like about the past three months."
英文解释： adjective: lasting a very short time
例句： The lifespan of a mayfly is ephemeral, lasting from a few hours to a couple of days.
英文解释： noun: a witty saying
例句： My favorite epigram from Mark Twain is "A man who carries a cat by the tail learns something he can learn no other way."
英文解释： noun: a sudden revelation or moment of insight
例句： Gary one day had an epiphany that he was a people person; he prompty quit his factory job and began working as a salesman.
英文解释： noun: the name derived from a person (real or imaginary); the person for whom something is named
例句： Alexandria, Egypt is an eponym because it is named after Alexander the Great.